If atheists are "good without god", why is it that such a large proportion of them seem incapable of extending the most basic politeness and civility towards theists whose opinions differ from theirs? Some people think that respect for others is the kindergarten lesson of moral principles. The first step on the road to being good for goodness sake.
Since many atheists are also humanists, is it hypocritical of them to show such a lack of respect for their fellow human beings? Does it reveal a fundamentalist type of arrogance to have such certainty that they are the only ones who are right, so they are justified in ridiculing the opinions of theists?